The Wave Cabinet is instantly captivating. A sculptural piece of furniture that could easily be mistaken for an interactive art piece, it is made up of thin strips of lacquered birch wood. Each strip is carefully secured in a way that allows them to be moved at the whim of the user. Able to create a variety of shapes, the Wave Cabinet could easily be likened to a white surf.
Designed by Sebastian Errazuriz, a designer based in New York, the Wave Cabinet is capable of opening up in a many different ways, often more dramatically than the first. Also made using steel and glass, there is something both digital and instrumental about the design. Not only does the Wave Cabinet look like digital art when splayed open, the pieces also look like tweaked ivory piano keys.
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